or tune in to tv stations to watch soap operas when life itself is all about
your alarm starts to ring ‘wake up, it’s morning’…the fact that you hiss and
put off the alarm is drama. Say minutes later you wake up and you realize you
are damn late for work or wherever it is that you are supposed to go, so you
jump out of bed, hurriedly brush your teeth, say a quick word of prayer or two
and make for the bathroom only to realize that the water from the shower is
freaking cold and then you succumb to the “Rub and shine’ option because going
to boil water would make you late…isn’t that drama! Rub and shine is where you wash your armpit, and wherever necessary,
without having a complete bath…lolz
Just because you are damn late, you skip breakfast, and hurry
out of the house with the hope of having a great day, only to step out of the
house and then you see your neighbors (a couple) fighting like mad people. The
husband is saying to the wife “I will kill you oh” and the wife in return
tightens her wrapper and shouts “kill me, oya kill me now”…you become confused,
especially because these same couple were the ones that came to preach peace to
you the night before (drama).
there you see pupils and students hurrying to school, passengers struggling to
get into buses or Molues, even the so-called Okada riders are not left out. You
see big men and women drive by in their big cars, some even splash mud water on
the poor souls that can only afford trekking down to wherever their destination
charges you double of the normal fare, because he sees that you don’t have a choice…you hiss, board the bike and
probably wear the annoying helmet he gives to you…isn’t that drama.
same shoes as yours who are also on okadas because they are late for their
destinations…and then you see a crush of yours whom you have probably told
before that “Oh no, I don’t take bikes on the express, I can’t even stand them”
drive past you, you immediately look down to avoid been seen…(drama)…in the movies, they call this section, ‘suspense’…
that you are almost 45 minutes late, you look left and right and make sure no
one is watching and then you clock that you came in much earlier. While doing
that, a colleague of yours passes by, and you try to cover up with a stammer
like: “wow, I love your outfit, or you look good” to avoid being caught…drama!
of files and documents that you have to attend to. You hiss aloud, not because
of the files but because your nose is greeted by the nice-smelling perfume of your office partner
whom you are probably not-in- the-moment-speaking with. In the movie world, they call that, Malice…
if you haven’t seen enough, your mobile phone doesn’t ring throughout your day
at the office, which makes you feel that
‘no one cares’ yet your colleague has received like dozens of calls and
messages. So, when your phone finally rings, in excitement you press the answer
button and then you realize it’s a flash/beep. You go ahead to pretend that you
are receiving a call, simply because…lolz, isn’t it drama?
you back and vice versa, you have misunderstandings with friends, you have dreams
you want to accomplish and so much more…it’s all drama!
day, you shake your head and realize that Life itself is drama; everything that
happens in it and all that is yet to be seen is all drama!!!
International icon and South African freedom fighter is 94 years old
today, a day when he asks the world to honour his legacy by performing
community service (make sure you do good today).
To honour the Icon, who is known fondly by his clan
name Madiba, South Africa's schoolchildren sang happy birthday to Nelson
The nation's 12 million schoolchildren
began their day with a special birthday song, ringing with the line: "We
love you father. As we celebrate his birthday, we remember that he
fought for us in the struggle. The struggle was to fight apartheid,"
said 12-year-old Kgaugelo Masunhloane at...
Yes oh…no one is indeed above the law! The Lagos state Governor, Babatunde Fashola on Tuesday
arrested a Military Col. Ki Yusuf and Staff Sergent, A J Adeomi for
driving on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lane. (Good for them)
The soldiers were accosted on the BRT lane at the Outer Marina in
Central Lagos. Col. Yusuf was driving in an army green Peugeot 406 with
registration number BO1 – 150 NA. Staff Sergeant Adeomi drove in a black
As Mr Fashola moved towards the oncoming vehicle, Col. Yusuf came
down from his car, saluted severally and began muttering: “I am sorry;
very, very sorry” (he was probably shaking like a jelly fish too)
The Governor said: “Why, as a senior military officer, would you choose to break the law instead of preserving...
Family members, friends and colleagues of a 32-year old groom named
Yussuf Babatunde Babalola are currently trying to unravel the sudden
death of the young man who was alleged to have been poisoned on the eve
of his wedding. Investigations revealed that the late Babalola
woke up at about 6.30 a.m. on Thursday, 12 July, 2012, the day he was to
be at the marriage registry, complaining of stomach upset to his bride,
She raised an alarm by calling on his friends when the ailment became
unbearable. By the time he was taken to the hospital two hours later, he
was clinically dead. A source
told P.M.NEWS that one of the doctors told the family that a black
substance was found on his mouth which shows that he might have died of